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Cashing Out: ATMs Try to Stop Wave of Cyberattacks

The ATM is the newest front in the war against cyberthieves. A year after millions of U.S. merchants began installing equipment at the check-out line to accept credit and debit cards with security chips, the automated teller machine is getting similar technology.
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